He has been the most exuberant champion of bold colors, the likes of which have not been seen since the Day-Glo days of raves.
Reading Stirring the Pot is like having a Day-Glo, dumb-feminism-for-dummies megaphone blasted into your ears.
A Day-Glo orange jump suit—such as the ones worn by the Guantanamo inmates—across the shoulders of mine.
A girl with Day-Glo red hair embraced a born-again Christian.
1951, proprietary name (Dane & Co. of London) for a brand of fluorescent paint.
Blatantly gaudy; cheaply flashy: smoldering pageant turns totally day-glo/ plenty of sequins and day-glo fur/ day-glo glamor
[1950s+; fr the trademark of a brand of paint that makes things glow under a black light and produces lurid, psychedelic color effects]